Playlist Line Numbering

The lines are numbered in a playlist table for your convenience:



The "Find" command is used to search for specified material within the playlist. To launch the "Find" dialog, select the "Find…​" command from the "Edit" main menu or press the Ctrl+F keyboard shortcut assigned by default. The "Find" dialog appears:


Here specify the following parameters:

  • Find what – enter the text you want to search for.

  • Look in – use the pull-down list to choose one of the following options: Block, Name, Description, Comment, Traffic ID, Subtitle ID or All Fields.

  • Match whole word only – check this option to search for the whole word only.

  • Match case – check this option to consider the text case when searching.

  • Direction – select the direction of the search by setting the "Up" or "Down" radio buttons.

Having defined the parameters for the search, press the "Find next" button to start searching. To interrupt the current search, press the "Cancel" button. The following window will appear, informing you when the search process is complete:


Find From Selected

For a quick navigation between items containing placeholders, missing media, secondary events and items with triggers that specify the end of automation, use the corresponding command from the "Find from selected" submenu of the currently selected playlist item:


This command is also available from the "Edit" main menu.

Find Source

To find the item source, select the desired item in the playlist and select the "Find source" command from the "Item" main menu. When the item source is found, the corresponding folder will be opened in the File Explorer, and the actual item will be highlighted.

If the item source cannot be found in the File Explorer, an error occurs:

The "Find source" command is not available for the items added from the Cinegy Archive database.

Next and Previous Items

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For easy navigation through the playlist, use the "Next" and "Prev" buttons or the keyboard and arrow keys.
To quickly move the item selection from any position to the top or bottom of the playlist, use Ctrl+ or Ctrl+.
You can toggle between columns with the Tab key.